These two documents support the consolidation of the agenda of occupational health services. These four sets of data will serve as a basis for all commissioners (NHS England and CCGs) to obtain their routine contractual monitoring of suppliers from April 2021. ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender, which monitor gender equality and ensure that services to people in care are appropriate and provided in the right way Spiritual help, equal opportunities, equal opportunities monitoring Whenever you use a health or care service, for example.B. participation in emergency and emergency services or the use of community care services, important information about you is collected in a medical record for that service. Collecting this information allows you to get the best possible care and treatment. Information collected about you when using these services may also be used for purposes and passed on to other organizations that go beyond your individual support, for example. B to help you: The user guide document for each of the four contract monitoring datasets contains instructions for suppliers regarding their population and submission. The introduction of a series of four information standards for contract monitoring: Aggregate Contract Monitoring (ACM), Patient Level Contract Monitoring (PLCM), Drugs Patient Level Contract Monitoring (DrPLCM) and Devices Patient Level Contract Monitoring (DePLCM) are the file formats used by providers to report their health activities on behalf of NHS England and during the 2020/21 period. Data used or transmitted for purposes beyond individual care does not include that your data is transmitted to insurance companies or used for marketing purposes, and the data is only used in this way with your specific consent. Your occupational health department wants to make sure that NHS organisations are aware of what they can expect from their OH service. It also contains instructions on how this service can be monitored and what to do with the information to ensure that the service offers the best support to staff.
NHS Employers has published two guidelines (updated 2013), Commissioning OH Services and Your Occupational Health Service, to help occupational health leaders, HR directors and boards of directors load OH services and understand what mandated OH services should provide to their organisation. The provision of occupational health services will help commissioning teams to provide services to multidisciplinary occupational health providers, who offer a number of skills and expertise. Appropriate adaptations of labour agreements, disability rights management and other SLAM occupational health services provide insight into prices, monitoring and management of activities and costs, in accordance with the requirements of the contract. It brings together data sets on activities and prices beyond health parameters to enable effective, transparent and consistent control of expenditure. . . .